KNOW HOW TO PICK A RIGHT T-SHIRT FOR YOURSELF
by PUNK INDIA on Jun 16, 2020
A t-shirt is the most basic fashion staple in every man’s wardrobe. As a default in a system, a t-shirt can never be left off- shelves in any weather whatsoever. This wardrobe essential with a crazy demand in today’s world is turning heads with its plethora of designs available in the market. From half sleeves to full sleeves, T-shirt for men has been a constant conundrum to dressing up casual. As comfortable as it looks, so is its versatility.
A basic t-shirt when paired right can add oodles of style to your looks. It’s a must for one to know the right kind of t-shirt to pick and when and how to style it. To simplify the discussion a bit, we have put together some key-points for you to keep in mind while you chose to wear this staple.
The fit holds the mainstream here when it comes to picking up a right T-shirt for you. It should always be tightly fitted in a way that it hugs your body and accentuates your curves letting you look broader and muscular. An ill-fitted slouchy t-shirt will dull your looks, making you look all drowsy and unfit so choosing a right fit for you is a must. A well- fitted t-shirt is never restrictive and allows an easy movement; make sure that you don’t get confused between a well-fit and a skin-tight t-shirt
When it comes to colors, white black and blue are the ones people usually settle for. Do not restrict yourself to a similar color story. Try experimenting with colors to achieve a distinctive look every time you step out of your house. Winters is all about a dark palette, so go on and hit some warm colors like browns, grays, navy blue and violets. Black and white on contrary are the most versatile colors of all season and can be paired with most of the outfits so snap on these saviors when running late.
The main thing that one pays attention to is the design of the T-shirt that includes the neckline, cuts and stitches, length etc. The neckline plays a major role while you go for layering up, the crew neck t-shirts creates an illusion of broad shoulders and gives you more proportion while the V-neck t-shirts create the illusion of length and height, so choose according to your body type.
Now when it comes to styling, it is not recommended to tuck in your t-shirts as it ends up looking tacky until and unless it is polo t-shirt you are planning to tune with a tailored trouser. Wear it loose and let it fall casual. A t-shirt can be effortlessly paired with basic denim jeans, an overcoat with boots or casual shoes depending on where you’d like to carry it. Not only can you layer it with an overcoat or a blazer, your basic half-sleeve t-shirts can also be worn over your full-sleeve sweatshirts to get an urban street-style look. Make sure to choose a right contrast while tuning the two.